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. [ laughter ] one film i was really looking forward to was "zero dark thirty," oscar-winner kathryn bigelow's critically acclaimed film about the hunt for daniel day lewis. [ laughter ] i hear he's fantastic. i am so glad he's dead. [ laughter ] but, folks, i'm never going to see it now. because ms. bigelow was supposed to be my guest last night, and she cancelled at the last minute, and i was zero dark pissed. [ laughter ] evidently, lady oscar bait here chickened out of facing my music over a looming senate investigation into her film. ooo, i am angry. everyone else talk. >> seems like everyone is talking about "zero dark thirty," even the us senate. >> the senate committee is now reportedly investigating the movie about the hunt for osama bin laden. >> this movie suggests that torture may have led to information on bin laden being found. >> i think half an hour is advice call and viewers will get the idea that torture netted bin laden. >> stephen: evidently hoar is what they want to know. >> they want to know what the information was that tracked down the terrorist. >> and whether or not
're going to come back and talk about "zero dark thirty" because kathryn bigelow has come out and defended the movie. we'll have glen and michael hastings respond to her response. it will be great. come right back. >> i'm not your friend. i'm not going to help you. i'm going to break you. any questions? [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] presidential inauguration. the circumstance & the inside analysis. the presidential inauguration this monday morning at 10 eastern only on current tv. here a cheap, there a cheap, everywhere a cheap... you get it. so, what if instead of just a cheap choice you could make a smart choice? like, esurance for example. they were born online and built to save people money from the beginning. it's what they've always done. not just something they cheap about. that's insurance for the modern world. esurance. now backed by allstate. click or call. the natural energy of peanuts and delicious, soft caramel. to fill you up and keep you moving, whatever your moves. payday. fill up and go! [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> cenk: all right, we're back on "th
and lindsay. we're going to come back and talk about "zero dark thirty" because kathryn bigelow has come out and defended the movie. we'll have glen and michael hastings respond to her response. it will be great. come right back. >> i'm not your friend. i'm not going to help you. i'm going to break you. any questions? i want the people who watch our show, to be able to come away armed with the facts, and the arguments to feel confident in their positions. i want them to have the data and i want them to have the passion. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> cenk: all right, we're back on "the young turks" talking about the controversial around "zero dark thirty" about the torture issue. let's go to an abc news report on that controversy. >> when was the last time you saw bin laden? >> it seems like this one depicting the roles of enhanceed interrogation techniques in the hunt for osama bin laden has martin sheen and ed asner supporting the backlash against the best picture nomination of "zero dark thirty." >> i have bad news. i'm going to break. >> you bigelow is defending the torture scenes. >> it'
's kathryn bigelow, oscar-winning director of "the hurt locker!" got any projects you are looking to plug right now? >> "zero dark thirty." >> good enough! bigelow, you're in! hoffman, you're out! >> fine! i'll just go watch "quartet," starring maggie smith, billy connelly, tom courtenay, pauline collins and not stephen colbert. [cheers and applause] >> bye, dusty! bye, dusty! [cheers and applause] i call him dusty because we're friends. when we return, i sit down with director of "zero dark thirty," kathryn bigelow. [cheers and applause] we'll be right back. !4 [cheers and applause] >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. my guest tonight is an academy award winning director here to discuss her controversial film "zero dark thirty." my idea for a sequel: "weekend at osama's." please welcome kathryn bigelow. [cheers and applause] thank you so much. good to see you again. >> thank you. >> stephen: thanks for coming. >> thank you for having me. >> stephen: last time i saw you, i don't think you'd won the oscar for the hurt locker. >> i don't think i had. >> stephen: that's called the colbert
bigelow filed by two critics of the torture scenes. -- kathryn bigelow talks by two critics of the torture -- talks back to critics of the torture scenes. dozens of hostages, including several americans, are reported to have been conducted by islamist militants in algeria. the raid took place saigon -- i've gone. the kidnappers are demanding an end to the french military operation. >> at a remote who gas plant in ontario, -- of syria, jihadists militants arrive in jeeps, and to people are reported to have been killed -- in algeria, jihadists militants arrived in jeeps, and two people are reported to have been killed. he has made millions smuggling across the borders. it has triggered a series of crisis meetings in london, where the government emergency meeting has been convened three times during the day. the number of british hostages is thought to be in single digits. >> it took place in the eastern part of algeria at an oil compound with oil workers. a number of people are held hostage. this does include british nationals, and it is a dangerous situation. >> the u.s. state department co
the nomination this morning, i think the biggest surprise was captain bigelow didn't get a nomination for "zero dark thirty". >> that was a big surprise. i think you know that although that is a movie that has been hamstrung a little bit by the controversy that has been gathering around it, having -- >> rose: how would you define the controversy? >> well, this is a movie a that on the one hand makes certain claims towards being, you know, not absolutely 100 percent literal but very journalistically accurate portrayal of the last ten years of the war on terror, from september 11th to the -- >> rose: what you are saying is -- >> in particular, there are sequences of torture or water boarding that seem to imply that these techniques of interrogation produced some good intelligence, and that, i think, has made some people very, very upset. some people i think have bonn so far to say that the movie glor the guys or apologizes for torture which i don't think is true. but it put itself in the middle of what is still a very raw political debate about the conduct of the war on terror during th the admin
are running out of time. kathryn bigelow and best foreign film. >> kathryn bigelow for "zero dark 30" above the hunt for osama bin laden. we shall see. >> best foreign film? >> a very tough what to -- hard core. >> sorry to rush you. thank you very much. we will know. >> funding for this presentation is made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. zte. and union bank. >> bringing you closer -- zte. >> at union bank, our relationship managers work hard to understand the industry you operate in, working to nurture new ventures and help provide capital for key strategic decisions. we offer expertise and tailored
.i.a. and the obama administration cooperated with filmmaker catherine bigelow in providing information about the raid that killed osama bin laden. however, had the pro torture anti-muslim congressman simple by waited to see the film perhaps he wouldn't have had as much of an issue with its content. almost immediately after the film's release a number of critics took issue with the way the film portrays the use of torture as a key to tracking down bin-laden. from acting c.i.a. director michael morell releasing a statement saying, quote, the film creates a strong impression that the enhance the interrogation techniques were the key to finding bin laden. the truth is that multiple streams of intelligence led c.i.a. analysts to conclude that bin laden was hiding in abbattabad. some came from detainees subjected to enhanced techniques, but there were many other sources as well. contrary to what her film might suggest "zero dark thirty" director catherine bigelow seems to agree. >> i think it's been a very controversial issue. it's been debated since the early part of 2000 and it will ton to be debated. si
director nod for "zero dark thirty's" kathryn bigelow. her tlim thriller was considered a shoe-in among critics. the movie has been a target of criticism from washington lawmakers. did politics doom her nomination? "outfront" tonight, sharon waxman, editor of thewrap.com, which cover the entertainment industry. also a former "new york times" movie critic. john mccain talked about "zero dark thirty." he was saying, look, this movie makes you think waterboarding and torture is how we got the information that led us to osama bin laden. that's not the case, the movie is inaccurate. do you think the academy's perception of politics and the truth of the movie played a role in why she didn't get the nod? >> let's first point out that the movie did get a best picture nomination and a best screenplay nomination and other nods, but i would tend to agree with you that the fact that kathryn bigelow, the director of the movie and one of the producers behind it wasn't recognized this morning does suggest that the controversy around the film did hurt it, yes, i think so. >> you point out the film itse
is here. let's start with is the snubs. >> les miserables directed itself, katherine bigelow doesn't have to wear heels. the story was rebellion, rebellion in fans, in the house of philadelphia. a movie started life in a log cabin and just kept on going. >> oh, wow. impressive. >> fantastic. right there, lot more coming up. >>> we'll turn now to the deadly flu outbreak. >>> let's take a look. 12 nominations in all including best actor for daniel day-lewis. supporting actress for sally field. best director for steven spielberg. hugh jackman, best actress. anne hathaway for best supporting actress. >>> thanks. >> reporter: the biggest shock came in best director, argo's ben affleck and kathryn bigelo were were passed over. life of pi still sliced 11 nominations. alan arkin and phillip seymour hoffman. best actress includes the youngest actress, ever. and its oldest ever em manuelle. >>> turned out to be nine best pictures nominee in all. a possible ten. lot of them were granted betts director nominations as a result. it's wade open race. >> what we used to see once upon a time when they wer
, katherine bigelow. edgy thrillers, her brt and butter. blue steel. here's bigelow on cbs this morning. >> i do feel gratified to be part of a community that has made films about tough subjects, accident especially war. apocalypse now and deer hunter, these are strong films and subjects and it's a strong community that is extremely creative. >> were you hurt you were not nominated. many people felt it was a snub and injustice to the work you did. i'm wondering how you felt. >> and the picture was nominated. >> it stands to reason the directionor would be nominated. >> it's gratifying the film is being appreciated and honored and the audiences are embracing. to be honest, it was only a couple of years ago that standing on the stage with the hurt locker. that might have something to do with it. >> the executive editor of "time" magazine is here in this cover story. you look at bigelow's career and look at jamie lee curtis who said this. she is not a cold woman. she's not a machine, but there is a machine-like execution to what she does. you interviewed katherine bigelow. would you agree? what
are fearless. >>> plus oscar winning director kathryn bigelow is here with the controversy surrounding her film "zero dark thirty." >>> time now to show you headlines around the worlds. north korea says its nuclear program is no longer negotiable reports "the new york times." it may conduct its third nuclear tester to retaliate against the u.n. tightening u.s. sanctions. >>> the "chicago tribune" reports phil mickelson has apologized on his comment about taxes. mickelson said he was considering changes because of the spike in federal and state taxes in california. mickelson said he should have kept his thoughts to himself. >>> "the times-picayune" reports that new orleans saints sean payton has been reinstated. he received a season-long suspension after his team was charged for putting bounties on the heads of players. >>> "the huffington post" reports that the wholesale price of chicken wings will hit a record during super bowl sunday. the cost of one pound of frozen chicken wings in retail supermarkets was $2.52 on average this month. that's up 55 cents from the s
that kathryn bigelow, the director of the movie and one of the producers behind it wasn't recognized this morning does suggest that the controversy around the film did hurt it, yes, i think so. >> you point out the film itself got nominations. was it perhaps more personal, at her? as opposed to political? >> i don't think it's personal at her, although you can't disassociate the film from the director. i think that is some kind of clear signal. jessica chastain, who we interviewed today who was the star of the film and was nominated for her performance as a cia agent who was obsessively searching for bin laden, she said it was bittersweet for her because she wouldn't have gotten the nomination without kathryn bigelow. it does start with a director like her. certainly, i think she's going to be feeling it personally. there were accusations there that were quite serious, that they were misusing the facts, that they had undue access at the cia. there were a number of things. >> now, you talk about the portrayal of the truth. here is kathryn bigelow last night before she knew what was go
a space for me. thank you so much. >> to catherine bigelow, my director. i can't help but compare my character of mya to you. two powerful fearsome women that allow their expert work to stand before them. you have said that filmmaking for you is not about breaking gender roles, but when you make a film that allows your character to disobey the conventions of hollywood, you have done more for women in cinema that you can take credit for. hat we love. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day after day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn. that make kids happy. and even fewer that make moms happy too. with wholesome noodles and bite sized chicken, nothing brings you together like chicken noodle soup from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. your financial advisor should focus on your long-term goals, not their short-term agenda. [ woman ] if you have the nerve to believe that cookie cutters should be for cookies, not your investment strategy.
's an american spy. >> reporter: they also snubbed kathryn bigelow's "zero dark thirty" about the plot to find and kill osama bin laden. >> the directors category was a shock to everybody in hollywood, the fact that both of them were left off the list is shocking. and then you've got tom hooper, who directed "les miserables," which a lot of people love. >> reporter: tom hooper's "les mis" also shut out for best director. so too quentin tarantino's "django unchained." but all four movies are up for best picture. go figure. two small independent movies got into the final five for best director, benh zeitlin's "beasts of the southern wild" and michael haneke's "amour." a foreign language film so far showing in just three theaters here in the u.s. 85-year-old emmanuelle riva is the oldest ever nominee for best actress. this year the category also includes the youngest ever nominee -- >> who the man? >> i'm the man! >> 9-year-old quvenzhane wallis. on the men's side, slightly more conventional picks. >> he has won before. he's won before. he has won before. he has won before. he has won before. >>
. >> some people were surprised that ben affleck and kathryn bigelow were not elected for argo and zero dark thirty. you can see it all here sunday, february 24, reporting live for los angeles for abc7 news. >> we have a list of all the nominees and you can make your pick for the winners and post them to facebook with" my pick" feature. you can see who wins on sunday, february 24, when the oscars are given out, like, only on abc7. can't wait to see what our viewers think and what the stars will wear. >> do we want to know about the weather? >> they have snow, also, the grapevine being closed and we still have a chance for snow. it is the cold weather that is going to be the big story. you can see the clouds are still out there but not impressive looking and they do not need to be when you talk snow. it does not take much moisture to make snow. the flakes were decent size and coming down gingerly but they added up to a nice dusting. there is still a possibility they will continue to do that as we look eastover the ocean, the bay and to the ocean from our east bay hills camera this is san jose
richard. ben affleck and catherine bigelow had a lot at stake because they had been shut out of the oscar race for best director. in the end ben affleck won and won big. >> and the golden globe goes to -- >> reporter: it was a best drama upset. a thriller about the real life iran hostage of the late '70s. "argo's" director ben affleck won just days after being snubbed for a nomination by the academy awards. >> don't care what the award is when they put your name next to the name that she just read off it's an extraordinary thing in your life. >> reporter: no surprises in the acting category. >> it's a beautiful feeling to reserve this encouragement. >> reporter: best actor went to daniel day-lewis for "lincoln." three big wins on the night for less miserables. >> thank you for this lovely blunt object that i will forever more use as a weapon against self-doubt. >> reporter: honors for best actress in a comedy went to jennifer lauren. best supporting actor went to "djang "django unchained." and claire danes won best actress but damien lewis won as best actor. hbo's girls pulle
of criticism. -- it seems the use of torture has gotten a lot of criticism. kathryn bigelow sat down to talk about it. >> jessica just dain plays the hero. she is -- jessica chastain plays the hero. the script writer says it is based on actual events. >> we look at it as a first draft of history. this is the story that is debated, and i say it hopefully will continue to be debated. >> i am a bad news. i am not your friend. i am not going to help you. i am going to break you. >> the film is being hotly debated. some have criticized the depiction of interrogation, saying it sends a clear message torture yields results. others of the torture did not happen in the graphic and violent fashion shown. >> on the one hand you have people in the cia saying that did not happen. >> those images are out there. >> people in the military were behaving badly. it was not the cia. >> no question, but this is a very complex, and unfortunately, people are anxious for -- i get the impression of a black-and- white rendering of the events, and they want who -- the black side existed, and there is very little infor
there is possibly classified/declassified documents that mark boal and kathryn bigelow had access to in order to make this film, to make it as detailed as possible. obviously a lot of people are sort of harping on the torture aspect of the movie, and whether it endorses it. that is pretty ridiculous, because it is just saying what happened. and if torture was a part of it, it is not endorsing torture any more than schindler's list was endorsing nazism. > i also wanted to ask you about "the impossible." it wasn't listed as one of the best pictures on your list, but it's getting a lot of buzz, and people say that although it's hard to watch, it's a great film- > > it really is a terrific movie, and i think naomi watts is going to be nominated for her role in the movie. the film, it opened last weekend a little bit wider. it just barely did better than "zero dark thirty" did on only 60 screens, so it's not really getting quite the push out there in the box office, but it is a movie that people should see. it's got some controversy itself because of them sort of focusing on a white family as oppo
affleck and kathryn bigelow had a lot riding on the golden globes, because they had been shut out in the oscar race, in the end it was ben affleck who won and he won big. >> the golden globe goes to -- >> it was a real thriller hostage. >> "argo." >> and argo's director, ben affleck, also won, days after being snubbed by a nomination for the academy awards. >> i don't care what the award is, when they put your name against the names she just read off, it's an extraordinary thing. >> jessica chastain won best actress for "zero dark thirty." and best actor to daniel day-lewis for "lincoln." >> sincere thanks. >> reporter: they wins on the night for "les miserables," best actor, and best supporting actress. >> thank you for this lovely blunt object that i will forever more use as a weapon against self doubt. honers for best actress went to jessica lawrence, best supporting actor went to kristoff voltz, and homeland won for a second year in a row. this time damien lewis also won address best actor. "girls" pulled a double surprise winning best comedy and best actress in a comedy. >> i
to kathryn bigelow to the director of "zero dark thirty" about the killing of bin laden. she's spoken out because she's been under criticism for depicting torture. she said look, we have to remember lives loss at 9-11 and others lost their lives trying to protect the country. yes, some may have crossed moral lines doing it, what they did was trying to protect the united states and she was not going to apologize for
? >> my name is william bigelow, owner of the pour house. as rick stated nothing will be changing in the operation of our business. i met with supervisor chu and senior planning staff and lower polk neighbors and have resolved all the issues at-hand. commissioners i'm a small business owner here? san francisco. this business is my life. it sustains me and puts food on my table. during my years on polk street i believe we have revitalized polk street and in addition, i have been a resident of the neighborhood for 25 years. we also enjoy the support from our landlord mercy housing and the upstairs residential neighbors directly upstairs from our facility. i meet with the building staff steven and henry on-site to keep a good communication line open. i joined lower polk neighbors in 2005 and i am an active member. we do have letters of support from them as well. during my outreach progress, and out of respect to the neighbors from across the street that were here at the last hearing we have reevaluated our background music and sound mitigation. with communication and input from the p
'm giving a hit to kathryn bigelow to the director of "zero dark thirty" about the killing of bin laden. she's spoken out because she's been under criticism for depicting torture. she said look, we have to remember lives loss at 9-11 and others lost their lives trying to protect the country. yes, some may have crossed moral lines doing it, what they did was trying to protect the united states and she was not going to apologize for that. i call that a hit. >> paul: joe. >> we're having one of the worst flu seasons in decades if you know anything about the food and drug administration's methods they're blocking some new therapy. this is a hit, they approved a new vaccine, flu block, this week that's more effective than traditional methods and it's manufactured using genetic advances and only took five years to get this on to the market, but one point for medical progress. >> paul: all right. kim? >> a giant miss to lance armstrong. you know, it's bad enough he's now admitted to the whole range of doping and for all seven of his tours. but, this is also about the number of people who he ruthles
millions to launch an inflatable space lab made by bigelow aerospace. the company's founder joins tracy and ash next on fox business. this is $100,000. we asked total strangers to watch it for us. thank you so much. i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take to watch your money? if your bank takes more money than a stranger, you need an ally. ally bank. your money needs an ally. [ cows moo ] [ sizzling ] more rain... [ thunder rumbles ] ♪ [ male announcer ] when the world moves... futures move first. learn futures from experienced pros with dedicated chats and daily live webinars. and trade with papermoney to test-drive the market. ♪ all on thinkorswim. from td ameritrade. ashley: good morning, ashley webster. tracy: i'm tracy byrnes. dow and s&p are heading for their fourth straight winning week. the s&p hasn't been up this many days since president bush won re-election way back in 2004. we have the biggest movers ahead. ashley: meantime european banks are fighting back. they're about to repay hundreds of millions of dollars i
bigelow and ["daily show" theme song playing] [cheers and applause] >> jon: hey, everybody. welcome to "the daily show." my name is jon stewart. good one tonight. great one tonight. jennifer lopez is joining us tonight. first time on the program. [cheers and applause] a singer of note suggests a powerful controversy out of washington tonight. >> beyonce may have lip synced the national anthem. this has never happened before where it was pretaped. >> jon: it's worse than that. it may not have been bon yeah at all but noted mantei te'o prankster ronaiah tuiasosopo. tuiasosopo. say it didn't tru'e. [ laughter ] maybe beyonce lip synced who gives a (bleep). she's a phenomenal singer. did you see clarkson, brought game! ♪ great god our king >> jon: boom! [cheers and applause] woman has game! either way it's still better than what we would have had if romney won. ♪ from sea to shining sea yeah ♪ [ laughter ] >> jon: nailed it. [ laughter ] it was all part and parcel of the pomp and circumstance of president barack obama'sel second inauguration. -- obama's second inauguration. yester
. >> i think kathryn bigelow, the director and the writer decided not to work in cooperation with the government. which meant if they had they would have gotten a lot of helicopters and airplanes and everything they needed but they would have had to have to the script to prove which would have meant -- >> jon: our government? >> if you work with the government you can use the plane and helicopters but they get the scripts. >> jon: the deal is if you let aws prove your script you can have a helicopter. >> you can work alongside each other. yes. >> jon: i'm going write a script. [ laughter ] i so badly would like a helicopter. [ laughter ] >> they don't give it to you they let you borrow it for your film. >> jon: that's not that good. [ laughter ] the woman that you play in the film. i'm used to these films being a docudrawma. this is a real character. >> this say real woman in the c.i.a. it's working undercover it's very important we keep her identity a secret. there's articles written about her. the "washington post" did an article saying she wasn't the most popular person in
bigelow and captioning sponsored by comedy central from comedy central's world news headquarters in new york, this is the daily show with jon stewart. ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: welcome to the daily show. my name is jon stewart. the guest tonight, listen to this, settle down. supreme court justice, that's right, today on the show, supreme court... thank you very much -- supreme court justice sonnia sotomayor ( cheers and applause ) unless i believe she's coming out here. unless this is another elaborate hoax by manti te'o nemesis ronaiah tuiasosopo or as the germans refer to him (speaking nonsense). some of you may be surprised to see a supreme court justice here, one, because she is a sitting supreme court justice and two because this afternoon she was in washington administering the public oath of office to vice president biden. doesn't it look like biden just wants to high-five her? that is probably the hardest part of swearing in biden is explaining to him that you don't actually get to swear. "hey, hey, don't worry, sweetheart, i'll hold the [bleep] constitution. i swear. come
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